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A new entrant into Nigeria’s airline operations; United Nigeria Airlines will conduct its inaugural flight on Friday, February 12, 2021.
The inaugural flight to be operated with EMB145 aircraft type, would take off from the domestic wing of Murtala Mohammed Airport (MM2) and terminate at the Akanu Ibiam International Airport Enugu.
Head of Corporate Communications of United Nigeria Airlines, Achilleus-Chud Uchegbu who confirmed the development to Aviation Metric added that the flight will also proceed from Enugu to Abuja before it finally returns to Lagos.
Uchegbu said this is sequel to the issuance of an Air Operators Certificate (AOC) to United Nigeria by the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), having fulfilled all mandatory regulatory requirements.
For now, the Enugu based airline will operate scheduled daily flights to Lagos, Abuja, Asaba, Enugu airports and spread its wings to Owerri and Port Harcourt very soon.
“United Nigeria will fly Lagos-Abuja at 6:45am daily; Abuja-Lagos at 8:15am daily; Lagos-Asaba at 9:45am daily; Asaba-Abuja at 11:15am daily; Abuja- Asaba a4 12:45pm daily and Asaba-Lagos at 14:15pm daily.It will also operate Lagos-Enugu at 7:00am daily; Enugu-Abuja at 8:30am daily; Abuja-Enugu at 10:00am daily and Enugu-Lagos at 11:30am daily,” he said.
The spokesman also enjoined prospective passengers who want more information on flight schedule, tickets sales and reservations to visit: www.flyunitednigeria.comGoogle+